Bill Cole is a world-class sports psychology consultant, having worked with athletes or coaches of 19 world and national teams, nine international and Olympic teams, 32 professional sports teams, associations or leagues, and of athletes who have won 36 world and national championships. He was the first person in the world to be awarded a Bachelor of Science (with honors) in Sport Psychology.
Interviews with Bill Cole
The Inner Game of Tennis
by W. Timothy Gallwey
Golf Is Not A Game Of Perfect
by Bob Rotella
Zen Putting: Mastering the Mental Game on the Greens
by Joseph Parent
Heads-Up Baseball: Playing the Game One Pitch at a Time
by Ken Ravizza & Tom Hanson
The Champion’s Mind: How Great Athletes Think, Train, And Thrive
by Jim Afremow
What do you think about when you’re training at the gym, or on the tennis court? And what should you think about, if your goal is maximizing performance and results? Seasoned sports psychologist Bill Cole, coach for numerous Olympic teams and top-level international athletes, reveals that the number one road block to athletic performance often isn’t physical—it’s overthinking.